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Caribbean Crime: Caribbean Security Index (CSI) review of 2013

By Free Cruising Guides — last modified Jul 29, 2016 10:12 AM
The index is based on the probabilities of different types of crime in different areas. Overall reported incidences of crime have decreased. However, crimes have become more violent.

Published: 2014-01-31 00:00:00
Topics: Piracy & Security
Countries: Anguilla , Antigua & Barbuda , Aruba , Barbados , Belize , Bonaire , British Virgin Islands , Cayman Islands , Colombia , Costa Rica , Cuba , Curacao , Dominica , Dominican Republic , Grenada , Guadeloupe , Guatemala , Haiti , Honduras , Jamaica , Martinique , Mexico , Montserrat , Nicaragua , Panama , Saba , St Barts , St Kitts & Nevis , St Lucia , St Martin , St Vincent & the Grenadines , Statia , Trinidad & Tobago , US Virgin Islands , Venezuela

It's time to review last year's cruising experience the better to inform the cruising season that is now underway. The CSI's goal is to help you navigate your cruise in the planning and the doing, so as to minimize fear for your safety from crime.

Free Cruising Guides have completed the Caribbean Security Index (CSI) review of 2013 and updated the country ratings. The latest update of the CSI contains new information that may be important to you to “route around crime.”

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The index is based on the probabilities of different types of crime in different areas.  Overall reported incidences of crime have decreased.  However, crimes have become more violent.

It is one thing to have one’s dinghy stolen; an entirely different matter to be assaulted. AVOID THOSE AREAS WHERE VIOLENT CRIME IS PREVALENT.

For the complete CSI Update and rankings, go to http://freecruisingguides.com/guides/CSI%20Update4_2014.01.pdf .

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